Originally Posted by jebarne
Nice clarity and detail. You can judge whether the colors are right.
Are you shooting against a grey background or is the white balance not set yet?
My tendency on the metal stand would be similar to yours, to center it. I don't know how difficult that is, but I'm thinking you could cover it with a mailing tube or something that would disappear into your background. You could cover it in paper matching your background. Your mannequin has such a strong wood tone at the top that it makes the metal pole look spindly. I'm surprised the riser doesn't match the cap.
These are nit picks. the jacket detail looks terrific.
Thanks. I am shooting against a gray background. I really want to paint the chrome piece a flat black color, but from what I've read online, painting chrome isn't that easy. It has to be roughed-up so the paint will stick, which can be accomplished with some sand paper. I was hoping the pole would be a little thicker. My other two mannequins came with thicker chrome poles.
Originally Posted by Snoogz
I need to look into getting some sheets...it just affixes to your wall? Ever have to replace it, or have any maintenance required with it?
You can either hang it from a backdrop stand, or hang it from rollers that screw into your wall. The stand will be easier for most people, although it will take up a bit of floor space as opposed to the rollers which would not.